Minister Natasha is a wife and a mother to three children, two step-children and one adopted son. Kymberly, the eldest, Clifton also known as "Gee", named after his father, passed away December 8, 2015 and little Dominick is the baby of the family.
Natasha rededicated her life to the Lord after her son passed away in December of 2015 and later became an Ordained Minister. She was raised Southern Baptist her entire life, and although she knew religion, she struggled with her relationship with God. Natasha was born in Lake Charles, La. but was raised on a small island named Isle de Jean Charles as a child, and later moved to the nearby town of Houma, La. She now resides in Roanoke, Va. where she lives with her husband and son Dominick.
Her passion is God, family and ministry. She is a member of an amazing local curch in the Roanoke Valley that focuses on the truth of God's Word and the church's focus is about 95% outreach, both local and oversees. Natasha ministers to a local group home for troubled children every third Sunday of the month where she spends time with children that are headed down the same path she once was in hopes that her testimony will prevent the next generation from making the same mistakes. One of many missions Natasha devotes time to is spreading awareness of suicide and suicide prevention to the community and working dilegently to remove the stigma attached to mental health illness. Reading her Bible and journaling is a daily routine along with prayer and worship with her son Dominick.
Natasha has overcome many obsticles in her life including sexual abuse, a young wife, divorce, prison, infertility after 2 ectopic pregnancies, she has battled uterine cancer, 2 hip surgeries, brain surgery and several more surgeries scheduled due to a rare form of rhumetoid arthritis. But, through it all, Natasha has remained faithful. She refusses to be a victim, instead she is victorious. Natasha is a survivor, a testimony that has and will continue to change lives forever. She uses those testimonies to empower people, proving to others that God has the power to change people through His grace and mercy. Reminding people that what the enemy meant for evil, God will turn it around for their good if we just hold on to hope, that grain of mustard seed.
Natasha wasn't always a minister. She dropped out of high school in the 9th grade. She later got her G.E.D and went to college earning her degree in Practical Nursing while working as a CNA during those two years. She has a passion for the elderly community and visits a local nursing home in the area to spread the gospel. She h brain surgery January of 2016 and since then man has claimed her dissabled, but God, He is using her in a powerful way. Although Natasha may never get to practice nursing again due to the permanent damage to her memory, she stays positive and grounded in the Word of God. In fact, she is currently working on her bachelors degree in ministry through Christian Leaders Institute, learning the history of the Bible to better minister and understand the Bible on a more personal level. Natasha is such an inspiration to many, all of her time dedicated to volunteering and guest speaking is all done for free because she believes the Word of God should not have a price tag and should be spread amoungst all because it is what she is called to do!